France, Germany, and Russia intend to coordinate efforts to restore dialogue on Iran’s nuclear program and an early return to Tehran’s compliance with the terms of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
This, as reported by the Elysee Palace, was agreed by the leaders of France, Germany, and Russia during a video conference held on the evening of March 30.
“According to the Iranian nuclear dossier, President of the Republic Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed to coordinate efforts to establish a dialogue, and so that Iran will return to fulfill its obligations as soon as possible,” the French leader’s administration said.
When discussing the situation in Libya, Macron and Merkel advocated that all parties, including Russia, “make every effort to facilitate the current transition process” in order to improve the security situation.
Also, the leaders of France and Germany expressed concern over the humanitarian situation in Syria. They consider it necessary “to continue the cross-border supply of humanitarian aid to the population in need” and to support the work of the Syrian Constitutional Committee.